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5 days ago

IT Audit Mgr EIT Program

ADP Roseland, NJ

ADP is hiring a IT Audit Manager / EIT I. In this position you will join our Audit/Finance Development Program here at ADP. The Executive in Training… ADP


6 days ago

Storage (SAN) Design Engineer III

ADP Roseland, NJ

Unlock Your Career Potential: Technology at ADP. Do you enjoy exploring, identifying and inspiring the future of the workplace and the lives of… ADP


5 days ago

I&O Analyst 62320L

ADP Roseland, NJ

Unlock Your Career Potential: Technology at ADP. Do you enjoy exploring, identifying and inspiring the future of the workplace and the lives of… ADP


5 days ago

Sr. Information System Auditor

ADP Roseland, NJ

ADP is hiring a Internal Audit - Senior IT Auditor. In this position you will execute IT and integrated audits of business units, products… ADP


5 days ago

Intrnl Wholesaler District Mgr 1S386K

ADP Florham Park, NJ

ADP is hiring an Inside Sales - Internal Wholesaler. At ADP we are driven by your success. We engage your unique talents and perspectives. We welcome… ADP


5 days ago

Human Capital Management Business Consultant

ADP Parsippany, NJ

ADP is hiring an HCM Business Consultant. In this position, you'll be a trusted advisor to our clients, using your ADP service expertise and… ADP


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    Pros

    Strong name recognition
    very stable
    financially secure

    Cons

    extreme mircro managing, high nepotism when dividing territories, pay too low for the amount of work required, rediculous expectations, if you are not on the "buddy list" it's extremely difficult to make quota, constantly changing territories on sales people, management does not know how to manage tenured sales group. Management all from payroll, so management style is transactional when sales cycle is strategic. The job I accepted was not what was explained to me. If I knew what the job actually was I would have never accepted the offer.
    Divisions do not talk to each other. There is not incentive for divisions to work together. People steal deals right out from under you. A TS rep can do a $500K deal and end up with only $175K in sales credit because of splits. TS is the hardest thing I have ever had to sell. 95% of the companies in your territory will not get approved by underwriting so you are constantly looking for the last 5% to reach out. Management expects 4 appts per week. Finding those 4 appts that are "fits" is like looking for a needle in a haystack. If you don't have 4 appts, you are called on the carpet. My question is do you want good appts or 4 appts to keep mgt off your back.

    Advice to Management

    ADP TS needs new blood in management. The sale is too detailed for managers to live in their offices. You are on your own, management will only tell you what you're doing wrong. It's like working for your mother, it's never good enough even if you're well over quota. I have never seen a company that riddicules reps over 100%. You cannot take a payroll rep and turn them into TS mgrs. If anything take mgrs from nationals. ADP needs to increase the salary to attract senior sales people and then not "nit pic" the reps to death. Realistically you need a good 12 to 18 months to get running as long as you don't change the territory or sbs partners. If you're looking for a 6 figure job this is not it!

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